First of all, thanks for your reply!
ü => Ã¼
Looks like your system stores UTF8 and your browser displays something
e, but I don’t think my browser is the problem here
Try setting character set on your intranet. You can test first by
picking the character set manually in your browser (View -> Character
Coding in Firefox). I suspect you should try UTF8.
That’s why 2 characters are displayed, but I dont think my browser is the problem, but I tried it and
If this works, you can change the default character set by tweaking the
Content-Type http header in your intranet script or adding a meta tag in
the html code (the head part)
My test-file’s source looks like thisTüüäüst
which gets displayedTü���st
which is not the same as before, but still not the correct. I still think my problem could be solved somewhere on the server/scripts/components but I’m to mixed up of that charset-stuff -.-